Published in November’s issue, Travel + Leisure featured this selection of work by TrujilloPaumier from their travels to Mumbai. Between the colors, characters, and intricate architecture, Joaquin & Brian offer a glimpse into the daily life of this captivating and dynamic city. __
Joaquin and Brian of TrujilloPaumier are published in a 10-page spread about Kolkata in Afar‘s October 2013 issue. This selection of images are part of a much larger body of work shot during their travels to India.
Come join us tomorrow evening (5/9) from 6-9 PM at the opening reception of Yo Como Te Recuerdo; an exhibition of works by Joaquin Trujillo and Brian Paumier at the Christopher Henry Gallery in New York City. Culture-rich and loaded with stories about personal identity, the show will be up from May 9-June-23 and you won’t want to miss it! […]
TrujilloPaumier pays homage to women with dangerous jobs in this Marie Claire article called “Risky Business.” The 4-page spread features five women who put their lives and safety at stake each day when they clock in to work; A smokejumper, a bomb squad technician, a CDC epidemic service officer, a shark handler, and a stuntwoman.
Joaquin Trujillo of TrujilloPaumier has just launched his website with tons of fresh new work. Among the many rich and vibrant images are these portraits from his series, Los Niños. Inspired by childhood memories in Hermita de Guadalupe, Mexico, Joaquin harnesses the immense pride that goes in to the long-time tradition taking family portraits. In great depth, Joaquin […]
TrujilloPaumier was featured in the Eating Out section of this week’s issue of The New Yorker in an article called “Land of the Seven Moles.” Joaquin and Brian don’t just tell a visual story about the Oaxaca food scene, they also contribute personal experiences. Joaquin says, “Oaxaca never lets me forget how blessed I am that […]
TrujilloPaumier was one of five Levine/Leavitt artists assigned to photograph the intriguing lives of Michael Jackson impersonators for Lemon Magazine‘s photo-article, “Men in the Mirror.” Joaquin Trujillo and Brian Paumier give a striking introduction to the story by portraying a start-to-finish metamorphosis of Dev, a female Michael Jackson impersonator. They transition into a narrative, using Las Vegas […]
Congratulations to TrujilloPaumier, whose work was selected to go up for auction at the CCNY annual benefit on October 30th. The photograph they have donated, titled “Avateach”, was taken during their travels to Belarus and is a nostalgic reminder of summer’s past. All proceeds go toward maintaining the programs at Camera Club New York.
Joaquin Trujillo of TrujilloPaumier recently added these striking portraits to his Los Niños series. Inspired by childhood memories in Hermita de Guadalupe, Mexico, Joaquin harnesses the immense pride that goes in to the long-time tradition taking family portraits. In great depth, Joaquin documents his nieces and nephews displaying their compelling sense of dignity and honor at such a young, tender age. The […]
An extension of beauty from the man himself, these photographs come from a personal series by Joaquin Trujillo of TrujilloPaumier. In each floral arrangement, Joaquin candidly shares a part of himself, giving each image an aura of intimacy. Click here for more updated work by TrujilloPaumier on the LEVINE/LEAVITT site .
These two portraits, “Mel” and “Jary”, are from the Ninos series by Joaquin Trujillo. Prints from this series are currently for sale at Rose Gallery in Los Angeles. About the Ninos series: When Joaquin Trujillo was a child growing up in Hermita de Guadalupe, Mexico, he recalls his mother preparing the family for the all-important […]
Photographer Brian Paumier’s work is featured this week on Feature Shoot, with a lovely article by Aliza Eliazarov. Brian Paumier, of the photography duo Trujillo-Paumier took time away from his successful, commercial career to pursue an MFA at ICP-Bard resulting in Act of Faith, his autobiographical thesis about colonialism, faith, and role models. Act of […]
Sasha Wolf Gallery will be participating in the Association of International Photography Art Dealers fair this year, including photography by TrujilloPaumier. Please visit booth 418, March 29 - April 1 at the Park Avenue Armory. Fair hours are Thursday-Saturday, 11am- 7pm and Sunday, 11am- 6pm.
Photographer Brian Paumier will be part of a group show titled ‘Queer Self Portraits Now’ at Fred in London. The show opens officially on the 24th, and runs til the 29th of January. For those out in the UK, please do stop by this fantastic show! From the Fred site: We might ask: to what […]
You can see more work by TrujilloPaumier on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Another personal shoot by Joaquin Trujillo and Brian Paumier, this series inspired by the paintings of artist Delmas Howe. A few words from Brian Paumier about the shoot: “Joaquin is from Mexico by way of Los Angeles, and I come from small town in the west. We were exposed to Delmas Howe’s work twice – […]
New personal work from photography duo TrujilloPaumier, titled ‘Denim’ and inspired by famed artist Michael Disfarmer. “Disfarmer’s work is of the purest pursuit of portrait photography for us . His dedication and straight forward positioning of his subjects gives them control and self-depiction of their portrait. They own the space which is given to them […]
Photographed by TrujilloPaumier, this collection of photos is from More Magazine’s October issue. The article titled “Death and the Maidens: Women in Funeral Service” explores women who have recently made the career switch to funeral services. Historically a male dominated industry, women now surpass men in mortuary school attendance. The different facets of funeral directing […]